Our 15th Annual Dynamic Transformational Retreat will be held in a new location in 2010: La Buena Vibra Retreat and Spa located in Tepoztlan , Mexico. Tepotzlan is a healing artisan village nestled high in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Central Mexico (90 minutes from Mexico City , 45 minutes from Cuernavaca ) known for artists, musicians, healers, poets, teachers and ancient culture.
La Buena Vibra Retreat and Spa is a charming intimate refuge resting at the foot of these magical mountains in a breath taking natural setting. La Buena Vibra offers healthy anti- aging treatments, yoga, meditation and first class accommodations. The Spa features delicious fresh vegetarian cuisine, hand picked from their very own organic gardens and prepared by Chef Mariano Garces, internationally known as the “Yogi Chef.”
In this life changing spa retreat you will learn from knowledgeable and inspiring experts how to: STAY YOUNGER LONGER through our special classes, workshops, and fun relaxing experiences.
Stay Younger Longer: Beauty and Wellness: Elaine Dodson and Team
Tapping The Healer Within: Dr. Dariah Morgan
Rewrite the Monologue: Chelsea Madrigal
The Way Of The Healer: Eduardo Morales
Yoga . . . Vinyasa Flow and Flowing With Breath: Tanya Whitmond
Meditation: Teresa Farr
Yoga Trance Dance . . . Freestyle Movement: Lauren Embrey
LA BUENA VIBRA SPA EXPERIENCE
A nourishing and firming facial OR Clay, Honey, or Chocolate Body Treatment
Aromatherapy for Hair, Skin and Body
Three delicious organic vegetarian meals prepared by well-known Yogi chef Mariano Garces
Lovely new accommodations: Master Suites, Double , Single and Dormitory style (with various pricing)
Yoga . . . Nature Walks . . . Swimming . . .
Optional Spa Treatments . . . Horseback Riding
Mayan Play . . . Quetzalcoyatl-- in full costume: Stuart Cox
Evening Musical Performance by Onilu Ache with Mo Scian, Helida Burstein and group
Authenthic native market tour
(go to www.labuenavibratepoz.com
Polarity Therapy, balancing work by local healers
Spiritual Response Therapy
Readings by Alma Weaver Jones